Guide to racing in Belgium for women

For the past year I have been dying to make the trip over to the cycling holy land of Belgium to race. Having raced the European junior cycling Tour in Assen for the past four years I was desperate for more international trips. In January this year I really started looking into it all. I couldn't find very much... Continue Reading →

Exams, pressure and excitement

May was a very strange month for me. Although I only did a couple of time trials, one local circuit race and then the North West Tour, it was quite an exciting month. I started my GCSEs which are really testing me, but cycling is proving to be the best method of coping. Not only... Continue Reading →

Joining Liv AWOL

Bank holiday Monday at Prissick circuit near Middlesbrough saw my first race for the team. Racing in new kit seemed to give me that extra bit of motivation. All riders were still together for the first half of the race, but as the pace picked up, a group of three managed to break away after... Continue Reading →

Being part of a team

Being part of Liv AWOL has opened so many doors this season that I never knew would ever be opened for me; having sponsorship Liv, AWOL London and the support from Giant Docklands, entry to prestigious events like Bedford 3 Day, and to be surrounded by our extraordinary team. You hear many athletes saying this,... Continue Reading →

First international race

April. Well what a month. Lots of racing from local races to my first women's national and to racing in Belgium lets say it’s been crazy but also one of the best. The first weekend saw some local regional races. One was Hog with the occasional hill which as someone who loves Hog Hill now... Continue Reading →

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